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Ouzinkie is a town of 200 residents, located on Spruce Island in the Kodiak Archipelago of Alaska. The village is about 11 miles by air from the city of Kodiak, and is accessible only by air or water. The peaceful little community of Ouzinkie sits on the southwest shore of Spruce Island, which is separated from Kodiak Island by the Ouzinkie Narrows. It's a rural village, which gives visitors a glimpse of the "real Alaska," Ouzinkie is an old town, first settled in the early 1800s by the Russian American Company as a retirement community. Prior to that, it was the ancient homeland of the indigenous Alutiiq people, who have continuously occupied the Kodiak Archipelago for thousands of years. Today, Ouzinkie is known for its' sport fishing opportunities, including salmon, halibut, herring and clams. Attractions in the village include the Nativity of Our Lord, a Russian Orthodox Church, which is a National Historical Landmark, built in 1898. Also, Monk's Lagoon, on the east side of the island, is sacred ground of the first canonized saint, Saint Herman, of the Russian Orthodox Church in North America. A network of wooden boardwalks provides a great way to explore the island, and charter fishing and sightseeing excursions are also available in the village. While hiking or boating, visitors are often treated to the vaporous spouts from whales in the waters of Marmot Bay.

Surrounding areas: Kodiak, Alaska (9.9 mi), Port Lions, Alaska (14.5 mi), Afognak Island, Alaska (28.4 mi)

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Ouzinkie Hotels and Resorts

 
Hotels & Motels
Inlet Guest Rooms1315 ML Bay RdKodiak, AK9.9 mi.(907) 486-4004
Best Western Kodiak Inn236 W Rezanof DrKodiak, AK10.0 mi.(907) 486-5712
Comfort Inn1395 Airport WayKodiak, AK11.7 mi.(907) 487-2700

Ouzinkie Weather & Climate

The islands off the south-central coast of Alaska, have a sub polar oceanic climate, with long, cold winters and mild summers. Precipitation is heavy year-round, with more rainfall of anyplace in the U.S., except Hilo, Hawaii. The climate on the southern islands is dominated by a strong marine influence. There is little freezing weather, but severe storms are common from December through February. Precipitation is moderate, with an annual average of 35 inches. Cloudy weather and fog are almost constant. Temperatures during the summer range from 60F-80F. Nighttime and early mornings are cooler, from the 40's - 50's. Late August and September temperatures are slightly cooler, and slightly fewer hours of sunlight. Autumn arrives early at these latitudes.

     Month       High Temp   Low Temp   Rainfall   Ocean Temp 
January 34°F 25°F 9.01 in. -
February 33°F 24°F 6.27 in. -
March 36°F 26°F 4.46 in. -
April 40°F 30°F 7.77 in. -
May 47°F 36°F 5.97 in. -
June 53°F 41°F 5.58 in. -
July 58°F 46°F 4.17 in. -
August 59°F 47°F 4.99 in. -
September 54°F 42°F 7.17 in. -
October 44°F 33°F 8.35 in. -
November 38°F 29°F 6.66 in. -
December 35°F 25°F 8.12 in. -

Ouzinkie Map & Transportation

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The closest airports in the area are the Kodiak airport (ADQ) located about 12 miles south of Ouzinkie in Kodiak, Alaska.

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